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Redwood Highway

US Highways 101 and 199, Eureka, CA
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Bad, rough rough roads being repaired between Crescent City and Klamath, Ca

Signals are set up to control traffic which works really well, road is just having to be reinforced... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Lebanon, Oregon
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Absolutely gorgeous drive...not to missed if you are in this part of California. We took.it slow as... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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US Highways 101 and 199, Eureka, CA
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Reviewed yesterday

Signals are set up to control traffic which works really well, road is just having to be reinforced along mountainside as its falling away. Drove street rod through and can't imagine any trailers or trucks, but there are...and the scariest are those driving it daily....More

Thank R P
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Absolutely gorgeous drive...not to missed if you are in this part of California. We took.it slow as each part of the highway provided new surprises.

Thank sandrawA2736WY
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I loved this beautiful drive through the giant trees. We visited the Shrine drive-through tree and the tree house.

Thank Lezlea H
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Wonderful drive through National and State Redwood Parks. Lots of opportunities for turn outs, vistas, trails and road excursions. Really incredible trees and old growth forests.

Thank Dadmanly
Reviewed 1 week ago

I love to drive this highway in & out of the big trees - very pretty country but there was some construction and a long delay

Thank Debbie M
Reviewed 1 week ago

As you drive the Redwood Highway, you become entranced by its many moods. The milky gray/blues of the sky and sea, soaring flocks of sea birds, the towering shadows of the trees, the unfolding turns and vistas of the road, draw you into the primal...More

Thank 14hannon
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is such a wonderful drive up to the Oregon border. We stopped to hike in Lady Bird Johnson Grove. This is the place to really experience the heavy untouched, damp forest floor of the giants. It is a fairly easy 2 mile hiking loop...More

Thank toadandbear
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is so awe inspiring! A must see! add a little bit of time to this part of your trip because you will want to get out and look around. It is so beautiful and these trees are absolutely HUGE!!

1  Thank Mike P
Reviewed 1 week ago

It never gets old: the redwood forest, the oceanfront, the small towns along the route. This drive is still one of the most scenic in the west. Several sections still being repaired from mudslides, so caution is recommended.

Thank Mauri S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Redwoods are such beautiful trees. Make sure to stop along the way to get out and hike. The state and federal parks are all terrific.

Thank mpsGillette_WY
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Joann G
17 June 2017|
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Response from whatstheuse123 | Reviewed this property |
well it was when we were there ,but that was in april ,,you need to keep checking ,because it has rock slides all the time ,and you can be caught having to turn back ,,,I just over heard the desk girl talk about it ,or we... More
8 March 2016|
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Response from MistyForest | Reviewed this property |
Hello, In regards to people getting car sick, it is usually because the driver is driving too fast and the passengers are pulled side to side. Go slow on our windy and amazingly scenic highways, and nobody will get car sick... More
Melissa T
25 July 2015|
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Response from Michael J | Reviewed this property |
Most of it winds through hills, some of the road north of Ukiah goes through a narrow canyon and over small mountains, but is not bad at all, just pull out to let people pass on the narrow sections, and stay in the right... More